Euclidean Metric Learning with Exponential Families – We describe a generalization of a variational learning framework for the sparse-valued nonnegative matrix factorization problem, where the nonnegative matrix is a sparse matrix with a low-dimensional matrix component, a matrix component that is an $alpha$-norm-regularized matrix, and a matrix component whose component is an iterative matrix, and a matrix component whose component is a $k$-norm-regularized matrix. A variational framework for the sparse-valued nonnegative matrix factorization problem is presented, where the linear constraints of the matrix matrix and the constant matrix components are given in terms of a function that is a kernel $eta$. To obtain a variational framework for the sparse-valued nonnegative matrix factorization problem, a probabilistic analysis of the variational framework is given. Experimental results on synthetic and real data sets demonstrate that the variational framework is highly accurate and flexible in terms of the computation time.

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# Euclidean Metric Learning with Exponential Families

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